A gorgeous matched pair of carved natural-color jadeites, ranging in color from translucent white along the edges to vibrant apple-green in the center, suspend from small, rich-green round cabochons, framed in 18 karat white gold, in these stunning and exotic 2-inch-long earrings - circa 1950. Super...(more)
This Burmese jade, hinged bangle bracelet varies in color form a translucent pastel lavender transcending into pale green to white. The 14k yellow gold hinging mechanism is hand fabricated and engraved with a secure screw mechanism. There is an ethereal quality to this rather petite bangle bracelet,...(more)
A sexy and sparkling necklace for fancy occasions, hand crafted in platinum and designed in a timeless swag or garland style. The opulent, yet tasteful necklace scintillates seductively with a shining array of baguette, round, marquise and pear shape diamonds - totaling 15 carats. The center swag is...(more)
Strong design elements from decades apart merge to create a stunningly elegant sculpture conceived in the late-1940s early-1950s. The brooch is a combination of hand-fabricated, diamond encrusted, platinum tendrils, meticulously hand crafted and tooled with hand engraving and fine milgrain detailing...(more)
This 18k yellow gold Westie Terrier was designed by one of the most sought after and collectable American designers, Herbert Rosenthal, originally designing for Tiffany & Co. The whimsical, yet impeccably crafted brooch was typical of his artistry. Our show quality terrier is adorned with a wh...(more)
A shimmering moonstone is orbited by twelve smaller celestial bodies (synthetic sapphire that is) in this very lovely and very wearable mid-century just-for-fun ring. The top measures 11/16 by 5/6 inch; ring size 6 1/2.
A sleek and supple 1950s vintage serpentine necklace measuring 16 1/4 inches long by 3/16 inch wide. Classic.
From mid-twentieth century Germany (1963 to be precise), a 16 inch long and lovely lariat style necklace composed of lithe and supple 14K yellow gold mesh ribbon neatly folded into a center bow.
A beautiful bright-white old mine cushion-cut diamond from the 1920s, weighing just over a half-carat, shines impressively from a mid-20th century late-Art Deco mounting - circa 1950. The classic navette-shaped ring glitters all around with small single-cut diamonds set in classic fishtail settings....(more)
This whimsical masked fox is an iconic tribute from the 1950s. The sculpture is meticulously rendered and textured in gleaming 18K yellow gold with hand-finished detailing making the fur shimmer from every angle. The fox is guaranteed to bring a smile to anyone who catches the sparkle of its ruby ey...(more)
A whimsical adornment from the 1950s, conjuring childhood memories of those happy times under the big top, waiting for the clown to appear on stage from behind the curtains (or did I see that in a movie?). This colorful mirth maker is brightly enameled with white face, classic red nose and lips, and...(more)
This mondo-groovy example of art jewelry from the 1960s is large, multi-dimensional and freeform in design. It is reminiscent of an amoeba with a 9.50 carat light pink Kunzite floating in the 14 karat gold endoplasm of this organic creation. The Kunzite is accented by six pink tourmalines (one for e...(more)